Meanwhile, preparation work has started on some streets in and around Sandygate as the Streets Ahead project moves onto the next area of our neighbourhood, with weeds and grass being cleared along curbstones.
What are your thoughts on the Streets Ahead project so far?
A representative from Amey will be in attendance at this week’s Crosspool Forum Open Meeting/AGM, giving you the chance to ask questions and make comments on the progress of the project to resurface Sheffield roads, pavements and replace streetlights.
The meeting is on Thursday 24 October at St Columba’s Church and starts at 7pm.
You’ll also be able to give your concerns on local issues to local councillors, the police and council officials. A provisional agenda can be downloaded below.
Crosspool residents living on Tapton Hill are receiving notifications from Streets Ahead notifying them of delays to the improvements and new dates for when work will take place.
On Monday 5 August, work commenced a month later than planned on Vernon Terrace, Ryegate Road, Ryegate Crescent and Bosville Road. People living on these streets should have received a letter about this.
Lydgate Lane residents were expecting work to begin at night on 12 and 15 August, but this has been delayed and will instead take place Monday 19 to Friday 23 August 2013 between 7am and 7pm. Cars will be diverted, although access for pedestrians and emergency vehicles will be available at all times.
After a review of road conditions in the area, Cross Lane will now also be resurfaced. Residents will be informed by letter once a date is confirmed.
Underground cabling issues have meant that installation of new street lighting in Tapton Hill will start in November with a projected completion date of January. The heritage lights which are due to be installed in the Broomhill conservation area are on order. Pavements will be resurfaced as street lights are replaced.